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Hello, it's Rubeena with a guest post for you today! 

This was a little fun to make and inspired by a challenge photo. I started with some watercolor paper that I prepped with some powder. I stamped My Favorite Thing's Lace Background Stamp with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. Once that was heat set, I used Altenew's Thanks die to cut the word out. I cut out the words a few times using white cardstock and once with gold cardstock so I could layer the words for depth.


I colored in pink using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pen in Sugared Almond Pink and added some water to spread the color. I colored in random areas with Distress Inks in Walnut Stain and Black Soot. Once all that was dry, I layered the piece over pink and black cardstock and then I matted down all the 'thanks' that were cut out.


I stamped and colored some of the flowers from Altenew's Wild Hibiscus using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens. They were added with foam tape to add some dimension. I finished it off with a gold trim on the side.



Hope you enjoyed today's inspiration. Thanks for visiting!

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  1. love! So much goodness on one card!

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  2. wow... ruby.. thanks for wowing me today... i follow you up as soon as i see its you... i love your cards and they are so inspiring:) truly.. thanks from my heart!!!

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  3. Ruby, gorgeous! I love the color combo and the background is AWESOME! I gotta try this, thanks for sharing my crafty friend.

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  4. Love everything about this card...great layers and textures and colors! I don't have any altenew stamps but you are really pushing me to buy some!

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  5. This is stunning!! I LOVE all your layering on this card and the textures are fabulous!! Beautiful design.

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  6. Gorgeous card and such a fun design!

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